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Yea, i just happen to be on my cell for ocn... was easier... was... lol... now i wished i had just used the snipit tool or like you said.

I changed cpu voltage to 1.2 and and multi to 45 (sync), xmp mode, turbo mode cpu voltage 1.2, and adaptive mode.

DO NOT STRESS TEST ON ADAPTIVE VOLTAGES!!

Ok, now that that's been said: you can run adaptive for your voltages (I don't personally recommend it, but to each their own), just make absolutely sure that you do not run stress tests with your voltages on Adaptive. The CPU will request more voltage than it needs, and this can kill/degrade your chip. Tread carefully with Adaptive. thumb.gif
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Just a basic question. When people post their CPU multiplier is that the multiplier of the lowest core or is it the average of all cores?

The reason I ask is because my 2 4770K CPU's have core speeds of -

CPU#1
Core#1: 5.1Ghz
Core#2: 5.1Ghz
Core#3: 5.1Ghz
Core#4: 4.4Ghz
vcore 1.45

CPU#2
Core#1: 5.9Ghz
Core#2: 5.9Ghz
Core#3: 5.9Ghz
Core#4: 4.7Ghz
vcore 1.5

CPUID reports the speed of the lowest core as the muliplier.

Is this speed distribution across cores typical?
Edited by HooDooMan - 10/31/15 at 4:55pm
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Just a basic question. When people post their CPU multiplier is that the multiplier of the lowest core or is it the average of all cores?

The reason I ask is because my 2 4770K CPU's have core speeds of -

CPU#1
Core#1: 5.1Ghz
Core#1: 5.1Ghz
Core#1: 5.1Ghz
Core#1: 4.4Ghz
vcore 1.45

CPU#2
Core#1: 5.9Ghz
Core#1: 5.9Ghz
Core#1: 5.9Ghz
Core#1: 4.7Ghz
vcore 1.5

CPUID reports the speed of the lowest core as the muliplier.

Is this speed distribution across cores typical?

I'm going to assume that all of the cores being #1 was a typo. In the BIOS, did you set different multipliers for when 1, 2, 3, or 4 cores are active? I don't really see another way you'd be at 5.9ghz on one core, and 4.7 on another.
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Originally Posted by MagicSquare View Post


You definitely don't want to use adaptive mode for synthetic stress tests. The xmp/turbo stuff in your bios is probably why your clock speed is moving around. It should be a static 4.5ghz

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Originally Posted by blaze2210 View Post


DO NOT STRESS TEST ON ADAPTIVE VOLTAGES!!

Ok, now that that's been said: you can run adaptive for your voltages (I don't personally recommend it, but to each their own), just make absolutely sure that you do not run stress tests with your voltages on Adaptive. The CPU will request more voltage than it needs, and this can kill/degrade your chip. Tread carefully with Adaptive. thumb.gif

I did as you said but left the xmp on as that just set my memory to 1600 1.5v as it was made for. (?) I got a stable clock 4.3 1.25v but beyond 4.3, even upping the voltage to 1.28, wont take. It'll boot up, i got cpuz to verify 4.4 and then promptly to bsod
Edited by Zantrill - 10/31/15 at 4:56pm
 
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I'm going to assume that all of the cores being #1 was a typo. In the BIOS, did you set different multipliers for when 1, 2, 3, or 4 cores are active? I don't really see another way you'd be at 5.9ghz on one core, and 4.7 on another.

Your right it is cores 1, 2, 3, 4. Thanks for pointing that out.

I leveled the cores individually. The last core on each CPU is kind of a laggard. Frustrating really, but I don't think there is much to do about it. If I had sync'd the cores in the bios I never would have discovered the potential for the rest of the cores.
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Your right it is cores 1, 2, 3, 4. Thanks for pointing that out.

I leveled the cores individually. The last core on each CPU is kind of a laggard. Frustrating really, but I don't think there is much to do about it. If I had sync'd the cores in the bios I never would have discovered the potential for the rest of the cores.

You're aware that you're not actually setting speeds for the individual cores, right? You're actually setting the speeds for when a single core is active, when 2 cores are active, when 3 cores are active, and when 4 cores are active - not the speeds for cores 1, 2, 3, and 4 individually. Just a heads-up there....
Edited by blaze2210 - 10/31/15 at 5:19pm
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I did as you said but left the xmp on as that just set my memory to 1600 1.5v as it was made for. (?) I got a stable clock 4.3 1.25v but beyond 4.3, even upping the voltage to 1.28, wont take. It'll boot up, i got cpuz to verify 4.4 and then promptly to bsod

The OP recommends setting your RAM to not xmp until you get a stable clock. Then work it back up. What is your Cache ratio set to?(uncore clock) and voltage
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Right now I'm rebooting to 4.4 with xmp off... we'll see what happens
Edited by Zantrill - 10/31/15 at 5:31pm
 
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Make sure you have your cache ratio max and min values set to 35,35 so it doesn't get overclocked automatically when you boost the core clock. Depending on your BSOD codes, You probably need to just play with your core voltage and maybe even your input voltage.
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I set it 35/35... still bsod running cinibench
 
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